Articles By Samuel Weigley
The fulfillment center will receive, package and help distribute shipments to its final destination. Amazon will invest $135 million in each state.
The AT&T/T-Mobile is the third high-profile merger the U.S. Department of Justice has successfully defeated in 2011.
Current speculation among investors include deals with Dish Network, Sprint Nextel and Clearwire.
Based on a preliminary vote count, 99 percent of shareholders of the Franklin, N.J.-based pharmacy benefit manager approved the merger.
Whether it involves embarrassing tweets, tone-deaf CEOs or even the disappearance of money, some oops moments need be relived just one more time.
The Dallas-based company announced Monday that "after a thorough review of its options" it was backing out of the $39 billion deal, thus avoiding a costly and potentially lengthy legal battle.
As sales of tablets surge, the fortunes of newspaper publishers may soon begin to turn.
The Dallas-based company's plan to sell off some of its assets in order to gain regulatory approval for its $39 billion merger are falling flat, which could spell trouble for the merging parties as they try to convince regulators that a merger wouldn't concentrate too much power in the wireless industry.
For the week ending Dec. 16, more than $6.3 billion was spent on online shopping, according to digital analytics firm comScore. This figure is 15 percent higher than last year.
The finale of "Survivor: South Pacific" is just hours away. From the personalities of Cochran and Brandon to the dominance of Coach and Ozzy, it has been a pretty good season so far (beats Survivor Nicaragua). But six competitors are still grinding it out, and it is anyone's game at t...